- p3000 - P3000 - 1-5/8" x 1-3/8", 12 Gage, Solid


P3000
Channel Selection Chart
Related Channel Nuts
Additional Specifications

Part No. Finish Length Weight
P3000
GR
20
170.00
P3000
GR
10
170.00
P3000
PG
20
170.00
P3000
PG
10
170.00
P3000
HG
10
180.20
P3000
HG
20
180.20
P3000
ZD
10
170.00
P3000
ZD
20
170.00
P3000
PL
10
170.00
P3000
PL
20
170.00
P3000
SS
10
170.00
P3000
SS
20
170.00
P3000
ST
10
170.00
P3000
ST
20
170.00


P3000 2


P3000 3
Elements of Section - P3000
Area of
Section
0.500 in2 (3.2 cm2)
 
Axis 1-1
Axis 2-2
Moment of
Inertia (I)
0.120 in4 (5.0 cm4)
0.203 in4 (8.4 cm4)
Section
Modulus (S)
0.153 in3 (2.5 cm3)
0.250 in3 (4.1 cm3)
Radius of
Gyration (r)
0.489 in (1.2 cm )
0.638 in (1.6 cm )
Column Loading - P3000
Unbraced
Height
(in)
Allowable
Load at
Slot Face
(lbs)

Max Column Load
Applied at C.G.
K=0.65
(lbs)
K=0.80
(lbs)
K=1.0
(lbs)
K=1.2
(lbs)
24 3,180 9,690 8,980 8,050 7,210
36 2,920 8,160 7,210 6,130 5,240
48 2,590 6,820 5,810 4,730 3,860
60 2,300 5,740 4,730 3,690 2,990
72 2,040 4,850 3,860 2,990 2,270
84 1,830 4,100 3,240 2,400 *
96 1,650 3,530 2,770 1,840 *
108 1,450 3,080 2,270 * *
120 1,250 2,710 1,840 * *
*KL/r > 200
Beam Loading - P3000
Span
(in)
Max
Allow.
Uniform
Load
(lbs)
Defl at
Uniform
load
(in)
Uniform Loading
at Deflection
Lateral
Bracing
Reduct.
Factor
Span
/180
(lbs)
Span
/240
(lbs)
Span
/360
(lbs)
24 1,280 0.07 1,280 1,280 1,280 1.00
36 850 0.15 850 850 580 0.96
48 640 0.26 640 490 330 0.91
60 510 0.41 420 310 210 0.88
72 430 0.59 290 220 150 0.84
84 370 0.81 210 160 110 0.82
96 320 1.05 160 120 80 0.79
108 280 1.30 130 100 60 0.77
120 260 1.66 100 80 50 0.75
144 210 2.32 70 50 40 0.70
168 180 3.15 50 40 30 0.66
192 160 4.18 40 30 - 0.62
216 140 5.21 - - - 0.58
240 130 6.64 - - - 0.54

Notes:

  1. Above loads include the weight of the member.
    This weight must be deducted to arrive at the net allowable load the beam will support.

  2. Long span beams should be supported so as to prevent rotation and twist.

  3. Allowable uniformly distributed loads are listed for various simple spans, that is, a beam on two supports. If load is concentrated at the center of the span, multiply load from the table by 0.5 and corresponding deflection by 0.8.

  4. The lateral bracing factor should be multiplied by the load to determine the load retained based on the distance between lateral braces.

Bearing Load on Channel:

Max Load
5,000 Lbs
2,268 Kg
Max Load
8,000 Lbs
3,629 Kg
Max Load
3,500 Lbs
1,588 Kg